Koji Suzuki trunk show in Manila on May 12 and 13. IMAGE/ thearmoury.tumblr.com Japanese shoe designer and maker, Koji Suzuki will return to Manila for a trunk show on May 12 and 13, at Shangri-La at the Fort, BGC in Taguig. According to Kelley See, in an interview with Manila Standard, famed designer Koji Suzuki is originally based in Japan when he went to Florence and train with Roberto Ugolini, a bespoke shoemaker, and started making shoes in 2001 in Kobe. He also said that Suzuki-san has his own techniques to make a very comfortable shoes — and can either choose the leather, design, and even the heel, if you want […]
The Japan Foundation Asia Center and the Vargas Museum are pleased to announce "Almost There," an exhibition at the University of the Philippines’ Jorge B. Vargas Museum and Filipiniana Research Center, co-curated by Patrick D. Flores (Vargas Museum) and Kyongfa Che (Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo).
Tagaytay Art Beat is BACK with more stellar performances from this country’s emerging bands and renowned ones as well on February 4, 2017 at Museo Orlina. Image from DocDef Productions DocDef Productions and Museo Orlina are teaming up once again for a night full of arts and music, away from the bustling and busy Metro. The four-storey Museo Orlina boasts animpeccable display of glass sculptures and an overlooking of the Taal Volcano. This will be a great venue for young and aspiring artist to display their exhibits, and at the same time, having a great time listening to live music. List of performers: Autotelic Banna Harbera Conscious & The Goodness crwn Dante […]